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A Week in South Korea: October 16-19

A Week In South Korea

Tuesday Oct 16: Korean Cafe

Description: Korean Cafe will start off our “Week in South Korea” with an introduction to different aspects of Korean culture! Come learn to write easy phrases in Hangul, taste actual snacks from Korea, and get a presentation on the economics of Korea and why they’re currently booming in their music industry!

Time: 2:00-4:00pm

Location: Solms Hall 110, Armstrong Campus

Wednesday Oct 17: Korean Dance Workshop

Description: With K-Pop taking the world by storm, it’s no wonder everyone is catching on to the dance moves of their favorite K-Pop idols! The International Student Organization now presents the opportunity for you to learn the actual dance moves of several genres of Korean pop songs! This is available to the public, however please note that if you are not a student with access to the REC Center, there is a guest fee for entry ($7). Gym attire is advised.

Time: 3:45pm-4:45pm

Location: REC Center Group Fitness Room, Armstrong Campus

Thursday Oct 18: Seoul Style Night

Description: This night event explores the sociocultural themes in South Korea by addressing beauty standards and routines, sampling actual Korean cuisines, viewing Korean dramas, and opportunities at winning Korean-related prizes!

Time: 7:00pm-10:00pm

Location: Compass Point Clubhouse, Armstrong Campus

Friday Oct 19: Korean Dance Workshop

Description: With K-Pop taking the world by storm, it’s no wonder everyone is catching on to the dance moves of their favorite K-Pop idols! The International Student Organization now presents the opportunity for you to learn the actual dance moves of several genres of Korean pop songs! This is available to the public, however please note that if you are not a student with access to the REC Center, there is a guest fee for entry ($7). Gym attire is advised.

Time: 3:45pm-5:45pm

Location: REC Center Group Fitness Room, Armstrong Campus


Friday October 19: International Conversation Hour // Cuba: Change is Coming

Time: 11:30am-1:00pm

Location: Williams Center Multipurpose Room

Description: Please join Dr. Humberto Miranda for an insightful conversation about the ongoing changes in Cuba, and the vision for the future in a post-Castro Cuba. Dr. Miranda is a researcher at the Institute of Philosophy in Havana


Tuesday October 23: A Story Of Yonosuke // Japan Film Festival

Time: 5:00pm-7:00pm,

Location: Ogeechee Theatre, Student Union, Armstrong campus

Description: A coming-of-age drama based on a serialized newspaper novel by Yoshida Shuichi. It nostalgically depicts the interactions between a good-natured young man and his friends, while interweaving the past and present. In 1987, a youth named Yonosuke who is unable to decline the requests of others leaves his hometown of Nagasaki to start university life in Tokyo. One day as he is juggling classes and extracurricular activities, he goes to a driving school and meets Shoko, the daughter of a company president, who takes a liking to him.

A Storyt of Yonosuke: 5pm Tuesday Oct 23 Ogeechee Theatre Student Union Armstrong Campus


Saturday October 27: International Festival

FREE ADMISSION!

Time: 10:00am-4:00pm

Location: Mill Creek Regional Park

International Festival is coming up!<br /> Saturday October 27 from 10:00am-4:00pm at Mill Creek Regional Park<br /> Free admission

 


TBA: Study Abroad Fair – Armstrong Campus

Due to the recent weather and university closures, our office is rescheduling our Study Abroad Fair scheduled for the Armstrong campus. Time and Location are TBA. Stay Tuned!



Monday and Wednesday November 5th and 7th: “Electric Energy Storage Systems and Applications”

November 5th 12:00pm-2:00pm,  Nessmith-Lane Conference Center Room 1909, Statesboro Campus

November 7th 12:00pm-2:00pm, Student Union Ballroom C, Armstrong Campus

by Prof. Paul N. Borza, from the Electrical Engineering department at the Transilvania University of Brasov, Romania. Under the Erasmus+ framework for International collaboration, coordinated by Prof. Felix Hamza-Lup

For more information about Erasmus+ click here.

 


Campus/Community Events


October 5-November 9

Fridays 10:00am-11:30am

Location: Nessmith-Lane Center Room 1905, Statesboro campus

Cost: $75

October 9-November 8: The 14th Japan Foundation Film Series

 

Last updated: 10/16/2018